Building the evidence-base for anti-corruption reforms means to not only research the issues, but make sure they have an impact on plicy as well. For our team the months of April and May thus meant a lot of travelling. They presented our research at several high-profile events, including the OCED, Bruegel, the EU and others. Read about some of the events that they attended. ⇥
Featuring 52 policy institutes
in 30 countries.
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Corrupt Contracting: Partisan Favouritism in Public Procurement. Hungary and the United Kingdom compared.
For politicians seeking to use a clientelist approach to achieve political and private gain, i.e., to prolong their hold on power and maximize personal profit,
Measuring Control of Corruption by a New Index of Public Integrity
While the last twenty years saw the invention of corruption rankings, allowing comparison over countries and the shaming of corrupt governments, such measurements are largely
Measuring Political Corruption from Audit Results: A New Panel of Brazilian Municipalities
Comparative research on corruption has always faced challenges on how to reliably measure this phenomenon. Indicators based on perceptions of or experience with corruption are